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Reolink IP PoE Security Camera 4 Megapixels Super HD 2560x1440 Audio Support Bullet Outdoor Indoor IR Night Vision Motion Detection RLC-410
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- 4MP HD & 100FT NIGHT VISION & WIDE VIEWING ANGLE: 4MP 1440p Super HD camera, long-distance night vision range 65-100ft with 36 infrared LEDs, up to 80˚ wide viewing angle, capture more clearer and sharper images and video, great for driveway, hallways, etc.
- POE OUTDOOR & INDOOR: PoE with only one Ethernet cable (up to 330ft), no power adapter needed, optional PoE switch or injector, easy setup with plug and play, waterproof camera, fit for indoor and outdoor, residential areas, retail store, business.
- SMART MOTION DETECT & ALERT: Schedulable Motion detection, motion recording and real-time motion alert via email, app push notification to mobile phone, FTP upload snapshots and videos, motion sensibility adjustment - accurate and smart motion detection less false alarm.
- FREE & VERSITLE APPS & REMOTE VIEW: Free and intuitive Reolink Client and mobile app for iPhone & Android, PC Windows & MAC, no monthly subscription fee, support at least 8 camera sources, live view, remote view, motion detection, live stream control, and recorded video playback.
- 24/7 NVR RECORDING: 24/7 HD video recording and storage with Reolink PoE network video recorders (support up to 16 cameras and with built-in 3TB HDD).
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Reolink RLC-410 4MP HD PoE Bullet IP Security Camera
Reolink RLC-410 is packed with 4MP HD camera, supporting 80 ˚wide viewing angle, 100ft night vision range, built-in microphone, motion detection and motion alerts. Outfitted with waterproof housing, RLC-410 is solid for outdoor and indoor use, such as front door, backyard, driveway, garage security. It’s powered over Ethernet cable, easy connection and installation, suitable for DIY.
Video Quality: 4 Megapixel (2560 x 1440)
Lens: f= 4.0 mm, F=2.0; Viewing Angle: 80°
SD card: No
Microphone: Yes (Audio Range up to 15ft)
Operating Power: POE or 12V DC (Power Adapter not Included）
Night Vision: 65-100ft (depends on the Environment)
Frame Rate: Up to 30fps
POE Standard: 802.3af, 44V~54V. Support up to 330ft via CAT6 cable
Network Connection: P2P and QR Code
PC OS: Windows, Mac OS
Mobile OS: iOS, Android
Browser: Supports IE Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari
3rd Party support list: Digital WatchDog, Blue Iris, iSpy, Video Sighthound, Security Spy, Synology, QNap
PoE Makes Wiring & Installation Easier
Reolink RLC-410 is powered by Ethernet cable (Cat 5 & Cat 6 cable) – only single Ethernet cable for power & data connection, plug in PoE injector or switch and camera will be up and running.
One Ethernet cable only, no power cord, RLC-410 minimizes needs to run wires; support 330-feet-long Ethernet Cat 6 cable, more flexible installation and great for DIY enthusiasts. Wired IP cameras with Ethernet cable ensures stable and fast data transmission, no signal loss and less disruption & interference.
Motion Record or 24/7 Record with NVR
Flexible recording options: simply live view, motion-triggered recording, recording schedule or 24/7 recording with Reolink NVR, all are up to you.
If you need more than 2 cameras, managing your cameras & video storage with Reolink NVR (with PoE switch, support up to 16 cameras) in a breeze.
4MP Super HD for Clearer Video
A Decent Night Vision Camera
Real-Time Motion Detection & Smart Alerts
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UPDATED: This camera has paid for itself. We were burglarized and thanks to footage from this camera the local police department caught the guy that did it. Got my PS4 back! Thanks Reolink for a solid product at an amazing price. The officer said it was the best video footage they had every received and it was instrumental in catching the guy - [...]
Required patience and networking know-how to get bearings on the product.
I'm giving it 4 stars because I finally got it upgraded. An hour ago I would have given it 1 star... A fickle review indeed and I haven't actually used it much yet... but can say that camera is solidly built and picture is good.
Some specifications I could not find anywhere->
Network connection speed is 100baseT "fast ethernet" (which has become a misnomer over time now that is it is not so fast)
Works with 48V POE injector (could not see this confirmed any spec so I thought I would mention). It gets warm to the touch FYI.
Mac address vendor OUI is EC:71:DB "Shenzen Baichuan Digital Technology co,Ltd", per vendor Lookup.
Very laborious to get working-> when you have to resort to tools like network debugging tool "wireshark" to see if the thing is even alive at all,
The documentation is missing some key information (like the fact that factory-configuration has no default ip address, the camera is set up for DHCP and will essentially be a brick until it is connected to a DHCP server) and software is pretty horrible (LAN scan for the camera did not work at all, it never found the camera by itself... so needed to login to dhcp server and determine the IP address by external means).
I hope for your sake you receive the new firmware which as "Shockcord"'s very helpful review mentioned, has a very decent web interface - exactly what I was looking for.
Update: I bought a second one of these which I guess means I am quite happy with it. Worked great and was easy to set up this time around. The previous experience is luckily a thing of the past
1) The cameras I received had different firmware versions loaded on them. I had trouble getting the cameras with the older firmware to come up correctly in Chrome, but I was able to log into them on Internet Explorer, upgrade the firmware, then use Chrome and Firefox. There is a big difference in the user interface between the older firmware loads and the newer ones. I definitely recommend that updating the firmware is one of the first things you do.
2) I live in an area where there are lots of wireless connections run by the neighbor, so wireless connectivity issues have been a problem for me due to interference, etc. This wired RLC-410 has a solid connection and I would highly recommend switching to wired cameras for anyone that has had wireless connectivity issues.
3) The POE option is pretty awesome. Just having to run one network wire to the camera is much easier. This does require having a POE injector or POE network switch.
4) I have to take one star off for the FTP client configuration. It took me a while to figure this out, but the camera fails to save recorded video over "lower" bandwidth connections. The first couple cameras I installed used an FTP server on the same LAN without any problems. I installed a couple others at another location and noticed the upload would start, but the camera would cancel the upload. I was able to verify this wasn't my server by limiting the bandwidth (using VSFTPd on a CentOS7 server). When I reduced the connection to 100Kbps my local cameras started having the same issue. I was able to workaround this by reducing the video size/quality and max files size on the remote camera so that the file size was small enough that the files would get uploaded before the camera closed the connection.While this is a workaround, I'd prefer if I could store the high quality video that I bought this camera for. Again, it works fine if there's adequate bandwidth between your FTP server and the cameras (as is the case if all equipment is on the same LAN). Hopefully reolink will provide a way to change the client connection timeout in a later firmware release (I already have more than adequate timeouts set at the server end).
5) Getting a wired connection to the right connection can be a challenge (fishing wires, etc). You might want to consider using a homeplug kit (e.g. TP-LINK AV500 Nano Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, up to 500Mbps (TL-PA4010KIT)); which will use your home's power lines to extend your network connection.
6) With a basic setup, you will be able to view live video when your computer and/or smart phone is connected to your home network. If you wish to be able to view live video from anywhere in the world, additional configuration of your ISP router and cameras is required. You will also need to use a static IP or dynamic DNS service.
7) Be sure to purchase all of the materials you need to do the installation. For me, this included the cameras themselves, homeplug network kit, power strips, power extension cord, POE network switch, network cables, cable clamps, drywall anchors, and cable ties. The tools I needed included a ladder, tape measure, pencil, power drill and extension cord, ship auger bit to drill hole to run camera wires, 1/8″ drill bit for camera screw holes, philips screwdriver to fasten camera screws and wall anchors, diagonal cutting pliers to trim cable ties, and a small allen wrench to adjust camera angle (allen wrench comes with camera). Material/tools will vary based on what you plan to do, but I thought I'd share this for anyone brainstorming what they might need.
I've had the chance to work with several Reolink camera models, so felt it would be valuable to give a little more feedback (so far I've used the 410, 411, 410WS, and C1). I didn't get the 410S (with built in SD card) because I felt the remote recording to an FTP server would fit my needs better. That is still true for me, but after helping other people get setup, I would highly recommend the models with built-in video recording in most situations (the ones with SD cards built in). The interface works well on both mobile apps (iPhone and Android) and the Windows client software. The built-in recording makes these things a pretty complete system (along with the free Reolink software/clients). The one disadvantage is that if you're worried about somebody stealing the camera itself, having video recorded on the camera does you no good. However, this is probably an acceptable risk in many situations.
I started using some of my Reolink cams with the Blue Iris software; which many people on Amazon have recommended. This has worked great for me so far on 410 and 411 models. This also gets around my FTP issue since I can use the Blue Iris server for playback and have Blue Iris automatically upload clips to my FTP server (takes up to an hour since it's an archiving feature). The motion detection capabilities in Blue Iris is also more flexible than the Reolink features. The biggest downside is that the camera is constantly streaming to Blue Iris rather than just uploading motion events to my FTP server (I knocked down the framerate and a couple other things to reduce bandwidth use since I have a lot of cams). I've experimented with Blue Iris with about eight cameras so far, but need to play some more to see how well this scales. Focusing in Blue Iris also seems a little easier than the Reolink software; although I finally started to figure out the subtle touch to get the 4X zoom model to focus correctly. After running four different Reolink models for a few months now I can still say I'm happy with my purchases and would recommend Reolink as a top camera brand for quality and ease of use. The brands I've worked with recently are Amcrest, Foscam, and Sunba. The only reason I'd go with a Sunba over Reolink is the 20X optical zoom.
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